|Warranty:||2 years Warranty|
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|Input Method:||Pen, Stylus, Fingers||Mount:||Wall|
|Surface Type:||Low Glare||Type:||Interactive Whiteboards|
|Aspect Ratio:||4 : 3||Diagonal Size:||88 Inches|
**Requires computer and projector to operate.
QOMO started in 1990 and is a subsidiary of QOMO HiteVision. QOMO HiteVision owns more than 26 subsidiary companies and partners with hundreds of dealers and integrators worldwide. It’s a visionary, innovative and energetic manufacturer whose aim is to provide effective and efficient presentation technology.
QOMO’s products include interactive whiteboards, interactive panels, document camera, audience response and digital signage software. The QD8000 full size document camera, QPC30 portable document camera and QRF900 audience response system are popular due to their improved image quality and affordable prices.
QOMO has won various awards and has been selected as the exclusive distributor of Hitachi and Mitsubishi products for various territories. The company’s main goal is to serve the customers in a better way by transforming the company into an innovation machine fueled by consumer insight. QOMO has a long and growing list of achievements and has proved itself in being committed to innovation, leadership and customer satisfaction.
An interactive whiteboard is an interactive board that connects to a computer and a projector. The projector projects the computer’s desktop on the board’s surface and you can interact and control the computer using a finger, pen or other device. Interactive whiteboards are used in conference rooms, classrooms work groups, training rooms, broadcasting studios and wherever the need arises.
Boxlight, eBeam, Hitachi, Mimio, NEC, Numonics, Panasonic, PolyVision, QOMO, Quartet and Teamboard specialize in interactive whiteboards. Popular interactive whiteboards are 3M’s DB578, Hitachi’s FX-TRIO-88, Mimio’s 78" diagonal and 88" diagonal, NEC’s IW77, Numonic’s Intelliboard Interactive Whiteboard 77", Panasonic’s UB-T780 and UB-T761, Polyvision’s Touch Sensitive TS 620 and TSL 610, QOMO’s QWB56 and QWB200EM, Quartet’s Q8000, and Teamboard’s TMWM6250CL.
|Model||88" Interactive Whiteboard QWB300|
|Touch System||Pen or Finger|
|Touchable Range||71"×51" (1803mm×1295mm)|
|Response Time||First dot:25ms,continuous dot:8ms|
|Cursor Speed||120 inches/second|
|Active Area Size (Diagonal)||88"|
|Net Weight||66 lbs (30kg)|
|Accessories||3 Interactive Pens, 1 Eraser, 1 Reaching Stick and Optional Floor Stand|
|Operating Temp||-40°F to 95°F (-40℃ to 35℃)|
|Storage Temp||-40°F to 95°F (-40℃ to 35℃)|
"Pretty good experience with this company -- they steered us toward lower cost options and bang for our buck. Some miscommunication about what product we wanted, but it got sorted out. One thing to keep in mind is that the cost of the install for our electronic whiteboards is about 1/5 of the cost of the whiteboard itself."
"This is used by a group of Business Analysts currently designing a new workflow solution for our firm (major project). Since we use process maps as our basic work tool, this board was exactly what was needed to create and maintain our maps from design sessions. We determined that 80% of the normal whiteboard work had to be repeated a some later date. Now we simply pull up the clearly dated map copy for comparative work purposes, I calculated that it would take only 35 saved hours for the board to pay for itself. After a week of heavy use, it looks as though we will save around 12 hours per week by circulating copied maps. This will improve communication (same map and notes for all), improve meeting attention (no note taking), and reduce backfill reviews. Now the only problem we have is that other areas of our IT Department want to use it. Chuck Haag Vice President Process Development Unit national Default Exchange"
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